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Goldman Sachs says buy GM stock

Is it time to forget the recalls, lawsuits and fines and take another look at General Motors? One influential Wall Street bank thinks so.

Surgeon offers to help girl mauled by pit bulls, kicked out of KFC

A Las Vegas surgeon says he is so moved by the story of 3-year-old Victoria Wilcher -- who was mauled by pit bulls and allegedly told to leave a restaurant because of her scarred appearance -- that he is offering to give her free reconstructive

World Cup: How can team USA advance?

For about 13 minutes, Team USA sat at the top of its World Cup soccer group, ahead of the mighty Germany and star-powered Portugal.

Hillary Clinton steps in it again with 'not truly well off' comment

Hillary Clinton said two weeks ago that her family was "dead broke" when they left the White House in 2001. She quickly tried to clean up the comments.

Katie Couric marries John Molner

Congrats, Katie Couric. Yahoo's "global anchor" tied the knot Saturday, announcing the news on Twitter.

How celebs hijacked the pop-up restaurant

The original "pop-up restaurants" were secretive affairs.

IRS blasted over lost hard drive, but no apology from agency chief

 In a knife fight of a congressional hearing, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen defended his agency, but he sparked an uproar from Republicans by admitting it destroyed a key hard drive wanted in an investigation, and he did not apologize for

Source: Aaron Hernandez's anger over two trivial incidents linked to killing

Why would former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez allegedly "orchestrate the execution" of Odin Lloyd, leaving him shot seven times and his body near a construction pile in an industrial park?

South Korean military exchanges gunfire with soldier suspected of killing 5

The South Korean military exchanged gunfire with a soldier suspected of killing five of his comrades, a defense ministry official said Sunday.

Paul: 'I'm not willing to send my son' into Iraq

One U.S. lawmaker firmly believes the United States should keep its sons and daughters out of Iraq's increasingly tangled and bloody conflict.